Okuden Quartet’s Every Dog Has Its Day But It Doesn’t Matter Because Fat Cat Is Getting Fatter Review

 

With a name like Every Dog Has Its Day But It Doesn’t Matter Because Fat Cat Is Getting Fatter, you might expect the new album by the Okuden Quartet — bass clarinetist / soprano clarinet player / alto ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Chimera Code Author Wayne Santos

 

With a mix of fantasy and cyberpunk sci-fi, you’d expect Wayne Santos’ The Chimera Code (which is out now for Kindle, and will be released in paperback on November 10th) to be influenced by games and anime. But ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: ReV Author Madeline Ashby

 

The idea of using robots to tell a story about slavery is hardly new. But in Madeline Ashby’s Machine Dynasty novels, she does something we don’t see as often: she tells the robot slave tale from the perspective of ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Ashes Of The Sun Author Django Wexler

 

Usually when a writer cites Star Wars as a major influence, it’s because their novel is of the space opera or space fantasy genre. Or has chatty robots. But in the following email interview about Ashes of The Sun ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Road Seven Author Keith Rosson

 

These are serious times. And in serious times, it’s important to take things seriously. Well, when they’re things that should be taken seriously, that is. When it’s a book about unicorns and aliens, well… In the following email interview, ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Kimber Author L.K. Hingey

 

It’s been said that the Chinese word for “crisis” is also the word for “opportunity.” It’s not, but it’s still a nice idea. Especially if the crisis is a medical one and the opportunity is writing a series of ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Vanished Seas Author Catherine Asaro

 

Twenty-five years ago, science fiction writer Catherine Asaro kicked off her Saga Of The Skolian Empire with the 1995 novel Primary Inversion. But for the last six she’s been telling some mysterious tales from that fictional universe with ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Kill Orbit Author Joel Dane

 

With Kill Orbit (Kindle, audiobook), writer Joel Dane is concluding the Cry Pilot military science fiction trilogy he began in 2019 with Cry Pilot and continued a few months ago with Burn Cycle. In the ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Red Dust Author Yoss

 

Originally published in 2003, under the name Polvo, Yoss’ comedic sci-fi noir detective novel Red Dust (paperback, Kindle) is finally coming to the English-speaking part of the world, courtesy of Restless Books. In the following ...CONTINUE

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